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Hotline Miami: tl;dr 

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

 Hotline Miami 3: Right Number 

Hotline Miami 4: Left Number 

Hotline Miami 5: This Needs to Stop 

Hotline Miami 6: No Number

 Hotline Miami 7: Wrong Letter

 Hotline Miami 8: Please Hang Up and Try Again

 Hotline Miami 9: Number Not In Service 

Hotline Miami 10: Sike, Thats the Wrong Number! 

Hotline Miami 11: Gotta get a grip. 

Hotline Miami 12: Duke Nukems Revenge 

Hotline Miami 13: Ass Dialed 

Hotline Miami 14: I broke up with my ex girl, here’s her number.

 Hotline Miami 15: SIKE, THAT’S THE WRONG NUMBER. 

Hotline Miami 16: OHHHHHHHHH OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

 Hotline Miami 17: Have you tried turning it off and on again? 

Hotline Miami 18: Learn to Count

 Hotline Miami 19: Oprima dos por español. 

Hotline Miami 20: Hit me! 

Hotline Miami 21: Hit me! Oh… wait…

Hotline Miami 22: Ok, this is definitely not a dream. 

Hotline Miami 23: There’s that number again. 

Hotline Miami 24: Curse of the Black Pearl 

Hotline Miami 25: Please hold… 

Hotline Miami 26: Coconuts 

Hotline Miami 42: THE Question … 

Hotline Miami 100: kg of cocaine 

Hotline Miami 101: “DeVille” isn’t available right now, please leave a message after the beep. … beep … 

Hotline Miami 404: Number not Found … 

Hotline Miami 419: Bicycle Day 

Hotline Miami 420: BLAZE IT. …

 Hotline Miami 636: DO YOU KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS

 Hotline miami 666: The demons are real

 Hotline Miami 699: Awkward threesome 

Hotline Miami 700: machine “agent 700 is unavailable, try 007 instead” … 

Hotline Miami 777: The Hunt for Jesus … 

Hotline Miami 867: Jenny’s Number … 

Hotline Miami 911: Emergency Number …

 Hotline Miami 999: Satan’s Australian Adventure … 

Hotline Miami 1336: Unreal Telephone 

Hotline Miami 1337: A L33t Adventure … 

Hotline Miami 2001: A space Odyssey … 

Hotline Miami 1969: Dial ‘Moon’ to return call. … 

Hotline Miami 2012: A Meso-American Celebration! … 

Hotline Miami 2015: Kung Fury … 

Hotline Miami 3000: Cyborg Manny Pardo vs The World

Miami 102 Group Session [June 13] | Miami, FL Photography Mentor

Next up for today? Day 2 with Session 102 where I got to talk business with Eboni, Eli, and Latoya!

Eboni & Eli flew in from the Bahamas for their session and I seriously could not feel any more honored! It always moves me when folks travel any amount of distance to work with me, but to make a special trip?! Sigh. I really love these two.  

Latoya actually attended my first Miami group session last year, so this time we linked up for business! 

Now… Miami is hot. I know this, but I kind of am never really prepared for it until I actually experience it lol. Heat is exactly what we experienced when we ventured for the headshot portion of our session. We actually had to go out later than planned because we were about to get caught in a rain shower, but our second attempt was successful and you’d never know how sweltering it was given how beautiful these folks look :)

Hear directly from two-day mentee Eboni on her experience:

“I was extremely excited for the workshop. I saved up for over a year to go. And Danielle definitely made it all worthwhile. From the moment I met her I knew the class was going to be awesome. Her personality was very warm and inviting. Her style of teaching was something that truly enjoyed. She kept everything simple and to the point. When we went out to practice what we learned I was in complete shock that I was able to apply what I just learned so quickly. As I reviewed the images on the back of my camera I just couldn’t believe that I took those images. I have been working as a photographer for a few years but felt that something was missing in my work. I wasn’t able to show and capture the image the way I saw it in my head. But with Danielle’s help I finally could! It was such a great feeling. Words can’t even describe how that moment felt. The two days I spent with Danielle have changed my life and business in ways that I couldn’t imagine.”
-Eboni Bullard

Thank you sooooooo much Eboni! It means a lot that you were able to greatly benefit from our time together! Especially given that you invested so much to be in attendance! I really look forward to working with you in the weeks and months to come to help you further your business goals ♥

If you would like to have the DFinney Experience yourself and participate in the next group mentor session, check out full details here, including upcoming cities and dates, and email me today if you’re interested in attending or scheduling your own one-on-one session! 

LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million - cleveland.com

LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million – cleveland.com

LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million


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The sale, first reported by TheRealDeal.com, a South Florida real estate site, was for $1.6 million less than James was asking for the 12,178-square-foot property, but $4.4 million more than he paid when he moved from Northeast Ohio to Miami in 2010.
LeBron James sells Miami home for cool $13.4 millionNBCSports.com


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Reports: Cavaliers' LeBron James sells Miami home for $13.4 million

This article, Reports: Cavaliers’ LeBron James sells Miami home for $13.4 million, originally appeared on CBSSports.com.

Remember LeBron James was selling his home in Miami? Well, he did it, according to The Real Deal and ESPN. He originally paid $9 million for the estate, and he’ll get a reported $13.4 million for it now. 

From The Real Deal:

After months of speculation, a company controlled by Mayfair in the Grove owner Timo Kipp and his wife Nathalia Kipp has officially purchased LeBron James’ Coconut Grove mansion for $13.4 million, The Real Deal has learned.

Timo and Nathalia Kipp, listed on corporate records as co-managers of buyer Panda Home LLC, told TRD the transaction closed Tuesday afternoon.

“We’re going to use it as our primary residence,” said Timo Kipp. “We always thought the price was too high and we were able to negotiate it down,” he added. Nathalia Kipp acted as the broker for herself and her husband.

When he put the 12,178-square-foot home on the market in October 2014, James originally wanted $17 million, which was $8 million more than what he paid in 2010. But the sale stagnated for more than a year, forcing the NBA superstar to lower the price for the mansion at 3590 Crystal View Court by $2 million.

The new owners’ former home was previously owned by Alonzo Mourning, per ESPN. They’ve been leasing the house, which has six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms, since June. James likely won’t miss the place, as the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar been living in a mansion almost three times that size in Ohio. And, as he said in Trainwreck, “What’s the difference between Miami and Cleveland? It’s the same.”

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LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million - cleveland.com

LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million – cleveland.com

LeBron James sold his Miami mansion for $13.4 million


cleveland.com
The sale, first reported by TheRealDeal.com, a South Florida real estate site, was for $1.6 million less than James was asking for the 12,178-square-foot property, but $4.4 million more than he paid when he moved from Northeast Ohio to Miami in 2010.
LeBron James sells Miami home for cool $13.4 millionNBCSports.com


LeBron…

View On WordPress

Reports: Cavaliers' LeBron James sells Miami home for $13.4 million

This article, Reports: Cavaliers’ LeBron James sells Miami home for $13.4 million, originally appeared on CBSSports.com.

Remember LeBron James was selling his home in Miami? Well, he did it, according to The Real Deal and ESPN. He originally paid $9 million for the estate, and he’ll get a reported $13.4 million for it now. 

From The Real Deal:

After months of speculation, a company controlled by Mayfair in the Grove owner Timo Kipp and his wife Nathalia Kipp has officially purchased LeBron James’ Coconut Grove mansion for $13.4 million, The Real Deal has learned.

Timo and Nathalia Kipp, listed on corporate records as co-managers of buyer Panda Home LLC, told TRD the transaction closed Tuesday afternoon.

“We’re going to use it as our primary residence,” said Timo Kipp. “We always thought the price was too high and we were able to negotiate it down,” he added. Nathalia Kipp acted as the broker for herself and her husband.

When he put the 12,178-square-foot home on the market in October 2014, James originally wanted $17 million, which was $8 million more than what he paid in 2010. But the sale stagnated for more than a year, forcing the NBA superstar to lower the price for the mansion at 3590 Crystal View Court by $2 million.

The new owners’ former home was previously owned by Alonzo Mourning, per ESPN. They’ve been leasing the house, which has six bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms, since June. James likely won’t miss the place, as the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar been living in a mansion almost three times that size in Ohio. And, as he said in Trainwreck, “What’s the difference between Miami and Cleveland? It’s the same.”

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